Doug,  Thank you, very helpful.  I emailed you @ the twitter support
email address via the link you posted for me.  I basically outlined
the plan for you to give you an idea what I am looking to do.  I
emailed you from my personal email account and used your name in the
subject line.

Thanks

On Jul 15, 4:54 pm, Doug Williams <d...@twitter.com> wrote:
> There have never been any conversations internally about shutting down
> services for competitive reasons. That would contradict our ethos of
> an open API and work against the fostering of a healthy ecosystem. The
> majority of our conversations center around how to stabilize the
> developer-base and ensure that our plans further the abilities of
> developers to innovate.
>
> The only services that we proactively work to restrict are those which
> increase spam and abuse. Even then, we reach out and attempt to work
> with the developer before taking any action.
>
> If you have specific questions about your project, I'd be happy to
> take them off thread for privacy [1].
>
> 1.http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Support
>
> Thanks,
> Doug
>
> On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 2:34 PM, MakeMoney<chicagolocalde...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Thanks,  This was very helpful.  I do not use any sort of bots or
> > anything like that, and only people that wish to follow me follow me.
> > I would like to streamline my services though for nationwide offerings
> > and just wanted to make sure that I would invest in this and then have
> > it shut off.
>
> > Brian

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